Orange Blossom (Citrus sinensis flower)

Delicate but powerful. This wild orange flower may seem timid, but the conditioning power it provides for your hair is just delightful.

Flowers are happy things

What is Orange Blossom?

Orange blossom is a fragrant flower of the orange tree. It is a white flower with delicate petals and green leaves. It is used in the perfume industry for its refreshing scent, but it has also been mentioned that it possesses aphrodisiac properties. Orange blossom is also associated with good fortune, so it is commonly used as a decoration flower in bouquets and head wreaths for weddings.

Except for its beauty, it is commonly used in aromatherapy, skin care, and hair care. Not only does it smell absolutely amazing, but it also helps condition your hair so that it's lustrous and strong. It adds shine to your strands and moisturizes them when applied.

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Where does orange blossom come from?

Orange blossom is the white flower of the bitter orange tree, also known as wild orange. The bitter orange tree is a close cousin to sweet orange and lemon trees. This tree has been growing for centuries in sun-drenched lands such as the Mediterranean Sea, from Italy to Spain, Morocco, and Tunisia.

The flowers appear in the spring, they are delicate and very fragrant, and they late produce small fruit called bitter orange. According to history, the orange blossom is native to India and China and it was all the rage in Arabia before reaching Spain in the 9th century. Since the 17th century, the south of France is the home of the most renowned orange blossom fields, although the major of production is located in Morocco and Tunisia. The flowers are grouped in small bunches near the leaves and harvested by hand between April and May, and a fun fact: Harvesting takes place at dawn when the flower is most fragrant.

This small delicate flower found its way to hair care products and made a big bang with its beneficial properties starting with an amazing smell to other health beneficial properties.

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